Binding inside curves, Binding outside curves – SINGER 404K User Manual
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Binding Outside Curves.
Practice is required to
bind a curved edge prop
bound must be held well
Binder in order to make
a strong seam and so that
the edge will not pull out.
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Turn the material only as fast as the machine sews. It is not possible
to hold the material in the entire length of the scroll when binding a small
Do not push the material in too fast, as the edge will then become pucker
ed, and do not stretch the material or the curve will not be the proper shape
when finished. If the stitching does not catch the edge of the binding the
scroll should be adjusted a trifle to the left.
Never pull the binding as it feeds through the Binder, as bias material
is very easily stretched and will be too narrow when it reaches the needle.
When this occurs the edges will not be turned.
Binding Inside Curves.
It will be necessary to practise
binding an inside curve on various
kinds of material, as this curve is
found on nearly all garments which
may be finished with a bound edge.
with the Binder, straighten out the
edge as it is being fed into the
care should be taken not to stretch
the edge of the material.
If the material is soft, like ba
tiste or crepe de chine, add a row
edge of the curve before binding.